more civilian because most of the 100,000 civilians you reference was not killed by chemical weapons, it was artillery and thugs going door to door. what changes about his capability if we take out targets in these limited strikes? isn't he left standing and perhaps stronger in some ways? >> willie, i think you may be exactly right. that's why we've got to take out his air assets and crater his runways and to get the weapons in that these people need. it's got to be part of an overall strategy. and, again, we've got to have a policy and i have yet to see a policy or a strategy. >> senator, that's what's actually most disturbing, is it not, that the president of the united states, this administration really hasn't had a policy on syria for the past year or so, two years. we were talking last summer about 20,000, 30,000, 40,000 people dead. we're over 100,000 people now. there was a chemical strike that was ignored.